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Aug. 14, 2014
Project Announcement: Audit of the Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan's Controls OverContracting (Project No. D2014-D000JB-0213.000)
The audit is being conducted in response to a statutory requirement. Our objective is to detetmine whether the Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan (CSTC-A) and the Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan's (GIRoA) Ministries of Defense. This is report The Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan's Controls Over the ContractManagement Process for U.S. Direct Assistance Need Improvement DODIG-2015-082.
Aug. 13, 2014
Project Announcement: F-35 Engine Quality Assurance Evaluation(Project No. D2014-DTOTAD-0003.000)
The Depatiment of Defense Office oflnspector General (DoDIG) is performing a quality
assurance evaluation of the F-35 engine procured by the Depmiment of Defense from Pratt &
Aug. 8, 2014
Project Announcement: Audit of Defense Logistics Agency Product Quality Deficiency Report Processing (Project No. D2014-D000AG-0205.000)
Our objective is to determine whether Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) personnel are adequately processing product quality deficiency reports and identifying the root cause of deficiencies in spare-part quality. This will·be the first of a series of audits. This is report Defense Logistics Agency Can Improve Its Product Quality Deficiency Report Processing DODIG-2015-140.
Aug. 7, 2014
Project Announcement: Audit of the Cost-Effectiveness of the Patriot Express Program for OverseasPermanent Change of Station and Temporary Duty Travel (Project No. D2014-D000CJ-0192.000)
Our objective is to determine whether using Patriot Express channels for overseas permanent change of station and temporary duty travel is cost-effective to DoD. In addition, we will consider any force protection concems related to those channels. This is report Patriot Express Program Could Be More Cost-Effective for Overseas Permanent Change of Stationand Temporary Duty Travel DODIG-2015-143.
Aug. 5, 2014
Project Announcement: Audit of Chemical and Biological Defense Training for U.S. Forces in Korea (Project No. D2014-D000RF-0204.000)
Our objective is to determine whether forward-deployed forces assigned to U.S. Forces Korea are trained to defend against chemical and biological agents. This is the second in a series of audits on chemical and biological defense preparedness. This is report Chemical and Biological Training for Army and Marine Corps Units in the Republic of Korea Needs Improvement DODIG-2016-050.
Aug. 4, 2014
Project Announcement: Audit of Government Travel Charge Card Transactions Made at Casinos or Adult Entertainment Establishments (Project No.D2014-D000CL-0201.000)
We plan to begin this audit in August 2014. This is report DoD Officials Did Not Take Appropriate Action When Notified of Potential Travel Card Misuse at Casinos and Adult Entertainment Establishments DODIG-2016-127.
July 30, 2014
Project Announcement: Rights of Conscience Protections for Armed Forces Service Members and TheirChaplains (Project No. D2014-D00SP0-0142.000)
We plan to begin the subject assessment in August 2014. This assessment is being conducted in accordance with Section 533 of Public Law 112-239, "National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2013" (2013 NDAA), January 2, 2013, as amended, and Section 533 of Public Law 11-66, "National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2014" (2014 NDAA), December 26, 2013.
July 16, 2014
Project Announcement: Audit of the Acquisition of the Armed Services Blood Program – Theater Blood Application (Project No. D2014-D000AJ-0197.000)
This will be one in a series of audits that will focus on the overall management of the U.S. Armed Services Blood Program. Our objective for this audit is to determine whether management effectively developed and implemented the Theater Blood Application. This is report Theater Blood Application Was Not Effectively Developed and Implemented DODIG-2015-150.
July 8, 2014
Project Announcement: Audit of the Award of Service Contracts by Naval Special Warfare Command San Diego (Project No. D2014-D000CJ-0191.000)
This audit will be conducted in response to a request by the House Committee on Armed Services. Our objective is to determine whether Naval Special Warfare Command, San Diego, California, is awarding service contracts and task orders. This is report Improvements Needed for Awarding Service Contracts at Naval Special Warfare Command DODIG-2015-124.
Project Announcement: Followup Audit on Report No. DODIG-2013-134, “Navy Commercial Access Control System Did Not Effectively Mitigate Access Control Risks,” September 16, 2013 (Project No. D2014-D000XD-0194.000)
We will determine whether the identified Navy installations implemented the agreed-upon corrective actions for Recommendations A.1 and A.3. Specifically, we will determine whether select Navy installations obtained access to the National Crime Information. This is report Followup Audit: Navy Access Control Still Needs Improvement DODIG-2016-018.